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  • DavidS
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Power Reel issue
Power Reel shorted out.. causing me some issues.... Found a burnt wire in the Reel.. is this supposed to totally tight? or space between the flat bar and the square piece below it.. thinking it needs to be tight.. so it downs short out but wanted...

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Wow!  48 minutes without a response......WTH?
I'm for tightening them down,  but no experience.

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Found a burnt wire in the Reel.. is this supposed to totally tight?

David,

Yes
You will most likely have to make a brush holder as the last time I checked they are no longer available.

Mike


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Interesting damage on the copper rings from loads.  Probably the auto stop indexes the parts in the same alignment every time.

Fully in?  Fully out?

Good luck on this. No hill for a climber.

The future permanent  fix is what most of the industry...

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  • DavidS
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David,

Yes
You will most likely have to make a brush holder as the last time I checked they are no longer available.

Mike
My assumption is  the black square thing is the isolater for the wire?...

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  • DavidS
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future:

Cablemaster Model RLC - Glendinning Products

My kid said he didnt want to go on a diet so I can buy this.. lol

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Really!  I would try and fix what you've got.
Can't be rocket surgery.

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Really!  I would try and fix what you've got.
Can't be rocket surgery.
Going to take it to the shop tomorrow and weld the frame up.. the way they made it is kind of unreal.. everything has to...

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I'm sure you'll figure it out and it will be better than new when you're done.

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David,

I may have a used brush holder from a scrapped reel that had similar damage yours has. I will go up to the shop tomorrow and check and see if I still have it.

Mike

My assumption is  the black...


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